Who is Fares Shipaxu

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Fares Shipaxu
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Who is Fares Shipaxu

Post by Fares Shipaxu » 24 Jun 2019, 07:00

From a Southern African country, Namibia; Fares Shipaxu is a research and statistics analyst (Head of research and Statistics Unit) at RDJ Consulting Service CC in Namibia. He graduated with an honours degree in Economics from the University of Namibia in 2018. He is headlined as: Professional Economics Graduate Measured in His Responsiveness To Detail with 1,5 Years Competitive Research and Statistics Skills. He prioritizes and values predetermined re-searchable ideas as leading endeavors to effective data analysis.
His journey to becoming a research and statistics analyst began 15 Months ago when he started as lead research and Personal Assistant to Manager of Internships at RDJ Consulting.
His duties as head of research and statistics involve assigning research and statistics interns activities; overseeing the operations of the unit; supervising the intern’s work and directing them on research, presenting and analyzing relevant data to the RDJ monthly briefing publication; assisting the Manager of operations with writing clients’ reports; Collecting primary/secondary data through surveys; conducting research which subsequently begs collection of data through case studies for analysis, and updating the marketing team with relevant information for the company’s monthly briefing publication; writing, structuring, reviewing and editing the briefing Publication.

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